Fire causes strip mall building to be demolished in Tremonton

Local News

Courtesy: Garland Fire Department

TREMONTON, Utah (ABC4) – A building is being demolished as a result of a fire that broke out at a strip mall in Tremonton Tuesday evening.

The Garland, Tremonton, and Brigham Fire Departments all responded to the fire around 4:15 p.m.

Chief Kurt Furtig of the Tremonton Police Department says witnesses heard a “popping sound” right before the flames broke out.

These photos show heavy smoke in the area of the fire:

According Fertig, the strip mall was evacuated as crews battled the flames.

Firefighters were able to contain the fire to one building, which contained a cash loan business, a hair salon, and other businesses inside.

Fortunately, no injuries were reported.

The building is now being demolished as a result of damages in the fire.

Officials say Main Street from 200 W. to 200 E. and 100 N. to 100 S. will be blocked off while the demolition continues.

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